Infosys employee made last call while on Brussels Metro

Infosys employee made last call while on Brussels Metro

Infosys employee made last call while on Brussels Metro
Infosys employee Raghavendran Ganesan, who went missing in Brussels after the terror strikes on Tuesday, made his last phone call while travelling on a metro rail.

“We have tracked his last call in Brussels. He was travelling in the metro rail,” External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj posted on Twitter on Thursday.

Swaraj had on Wednesday posted a picture of Ganesan and sought help to locate the IT professional who had spoken to his mother Annapoorni in Mumbai from Brussels just an hour before blasts rocked the capital of Belgium.

Manjeev Singh Puri, India’s ambassador to Belgium, has been in touch with police in Brussels to trace Ganesan.

A Twitter user replied to External Affairs Minister saying that Ganesan marked himself “safe” on Tuesday. Swaraj asked Puri to assess the information.

Ganesan’s brother reached Brussels on Thursday and met Puri. The embassy officials accompanied Raghavendran’s brother to hospital to look for him. “Amb Puri met brother (of) Raghavendran & assured him all help and support. Our Embassy officers are with him2help locate Raghavendran,” Embassy of India in Brussels posted on Twitter.

Swaraj on Thursday informed that Jet Airways crew members Nidhi Chaphekar and Amit Motwani, who were injured in the explosions at Zaventem Airport in Brussels, were recovering well. Nidhi and Amit are from Mumbai.

“Amb Puri talked 2 Amit Motwani & assured him all possible help. Amit has been shifted from ICU 2 normal ward,” said a tweet from the Indian embassy.

However, according to an AP report, Nidhi has been placed in a medically induced coma. The Indian embassy coordinated with Jet Airways for transfer of 500 Indian passengers, who were stranded after explosions in the airport, to Amsterdam for onward journey.